Sudan

June 25, 2003

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This month, Egypt's largest digital archive will be opened officially by the chairman of the technical committee of the President's Office of the Arabic Republic of Egypt. This digital archive was cre

June 23, 2003

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Greece has impounded a ship that reportedly wandered the Mediterranean for six weeks, carrying 750 tons of TNT.

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Reliable Jordanian sources informed <i>Al Bawaba</i> that the government had decided in principle to return back its ambassador to Tel Aviv. According

June 15, 2003

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A British envoy is due to arrive in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum on Sunday in a fresh bid to explore prospects of pressing ahead with conciliation

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French President Jacques Chirac met in Paris Saturday with a senior delegation from the United Arab Emirates, which included Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi

June 12, 2003

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Sudan extended Uganda permission to continue hunting Lords Resistance Army (LRA) guerillas on Sudanese territory, the defense ministry said on Thursda

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Poland is on the verge of finalizing a weapons deal with Israel valued in the hundreds of millions of dollars, a top Polish defense official said Wedn

June 9, 2003

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Malaria claims 4,000 lives a month in Sudan, the country's Health Minister, Ahmed Bilal Osman, said Sunday, launching a plan to halve the death rate. 

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Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke Sunday with his Israeli and Palestinian counterparts, offering Ankara's aid in pursuing the "roadma

June 4, 2003

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Four workers and a firefighter were killed as an accidental fire destroyed a power plant in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum, police said Tuesday.  Ni

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Moody's Investors Service has downgraded from A3 to Baa1 the long-term senior unsecured issuer rating of Altadis SA (Altadis). At the same time, Moody´s has affirmed the Prime-2 short-term rating of A

June 3, 2003

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United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan has recommended that the Security Council extend the mandate of the UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFIC

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The Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group (SNTG), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Stolt-Nielsen SA, commented on press reports regarding investigations in the US regarding business dealings with Sudan and I

June 1, 2003

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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad received on Saturday the Chairman of the Sudanese National Council, Ahmed Ibrahim al-Taher and an accompanying delega

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British Foreign Minister Jack Straw and his US peer, Colin Powell, privately expressed serious doubts about the quality of intelligence on Iraq's bann